Those hoping to catch some special deals at the outlet shopping mall on the edge of Edmonton International Airport will have to wait a little longer.
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The city’s multimillion-dollar flood-mitigation plan for Mill Woods is overkill, an Edmonton resident says.
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Incumbent Andrew Knack is expected to announce Wednesday he will not accept corporate or union donations for his re-election campaign, becoming the first city council candidate to reject such donations in recent memory.
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Community leaders hoping to halt a contentious housing complex on a south-side surplus school site have been offered a tentative solution.
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Against a backdrop of rising vacancy rates, Edmonton’s downtown councillor is struggling to keep a major employer from relocating.
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Neighbourhood battles may soon begin to brew in Edmonton’s supposedly quiet suburbs, as city council gears up to debate the fate of new affordable housing complexes for outlying neighbourhoods.
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While it may not be the most traditional way of building, once you’re inside one of Edmonton’s newest apartments, you wouldn’t even know you’re standing inside what was once a shipping container.
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Residents in Oliver will be without a permanent community hall by the end of this year, after their community league decided it was best to tear down the building for something new.
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The city needs to take a bigger role of the claims process when homes are damaged by city construction projects, says Coun. Mike Nickel.
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Edmonton’s housing market began to pull itself out of a slump during the second quarter of 2017, according to numbers from the Royal LePage house price survey, although condo numbers slid slightly.
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